Cinema of Moral Unrest as an Example of Independent Culture in the Polish People’s Republic
The Cinema of Moral Unrest (1976-1982) is considered one of the most important art movements in modern Polish culture. All of the films were made within the official, i.e. censored state film production. Yet, they managed to escape politicization and became part of the diverse independent culture which evolved in Poland after 1956. How could such films, that rapidly developed critical thinking in society, be made in this ideological monopoly?